Isador Lubin and Wassily Leontief
and "Quiet Wars"


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Isador Lubin was an Economist and a statistical genius who was hired by the government during the New Deal era to provide the government with statistics and analyses that were the foundational support for the New Deal programs. Roosevelt appointed him to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 1941. His role in the Marshall plan was documented in a 2005 Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) article titled, BLS and the Marshall Plan: the forgotten story.    Lubin was appointed to the U.N. Economic and Employment Commission, 1946-1950; Economic Adviser to the U.S. Delegation to the U.N. General Assembly, 1950-1951; member, Advisory Committee, Korean Relief and Reconstruction Agency, 1951-1953; Alternate U.S. Delegate, 7th Session, U.N. General Assembly, 1952; U.S. Representative (with rank of Minister) on the U.N. Economic and Social Council, 1950-1953.

Wassily Leontief was an economist from Russia who migrated to the U.S. in the 1930's.  While at Harvard, he received a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation for his work on the early versions of economic models (input-output tables aka supply chains) developed as original applications on the Mark I computer. Leontief's was the first application of a computer to a problem in the social sciences. 

Excerpts with notes added: 


BLS and the Marshall Plan: the forgotten story1

Prior to and during the Second World War, Lubin was assigned an office in the White House West Wing and served as special statistical advisor to President Franklin Roosevelt".

"Lubin had authorized BLS to create a small research unit at Harvard University in 1941; the unit under the direction of Wassily Leontief, constructed the first official input-output table. Leontief's new technique employed a system of double entry bookkeeping that tabulated the transactions of any one transactor group industry with all other groups. It included the flow of intermediate as well as final output. [ Note: English translation is that he compiled supply chain tables of industry inputs and outputs. The reports from these statistics allowed them to selectively target one component in a production process because it would stop the entire chain of production. For instance, coal is an input to the steel industry and steel is the output. If you don't have coal, you can't make steel.]

The technique had proved useful to the Office of Strategic Services during the war, helping to pinpoint bombing targets of those German industries crucial to the war effort. Its earliest domestic application had been an estimate made in 1944 for the Planning Division of the War Production Board".

[Wiki history of the OSS:   On the suggestion of Canadian spymaster William Stephenson, the senior representative of British intelligence in the western hemisphere, Roosevelt directed Stephenson's friend William J. Donovan, a World War I veteran, Medal of Honor recipient and New York lawyer, to draft a plan for an intelligence service. Donovan was employed to evaluate the global military position in order to offer suggestions concerning American intelligence requirements because the US did not have a central intelligence agency. After submitting his work, "Memorandum of Establishment of Service of Strategic Information," Gen. Donovan was appointed as the "Co-ordinator of Information" in July, 1941.]

Donovan was a member of the New York City "Establishment," a powerful Wall Street lawyer and a Columbia Law School classmate (1908) (but credited to 1907) of Franklin D. Roosevelt, although they were not close at the time.

Donovan forged ahead, though, and began to lay the groundwork for a centralized intelligence program. It was he who organized the COI's New York headquarters in Room 3603 of Rockefeller Center in October, 1941 and asked Allen Dulles to head it; the offices Dulles took over had been the location of the operations of Britain's MI6.]

President Franklin Roosevelt appointed Isador Lubin as Minister to the Allied Reparations Commission in 1945 after recognizing Lubin’s current service on the War Production Board, his experience with the War Industries Board during World War I, and his intimate knowledge of the mistakes that had led to hyperinflation.21

[Note:  There is a discrepancy between the BLS account and the American Presidency Project.  BLS says Roosevelt appointed Lubin - but the APP says that Truman appointed Lubin on April 27, 1945.  Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945.



William Cooper's book, Behold a Pale Horse provides the connections between Wassily Leontief's work and a report titled, "Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars".  Computer Systems, data and administrative conspiracy are the weapons of the Silent War.



By William Cooper

The Illuminati's declaration of War upon the people of America.

[Above title added by WC]

WC/Author's Note: I read Top Secret documents which explained that "Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars" is the doctrine adopted by the Policy Committee of the Bilderberg Group during its first known meeting in 1954. A copy found in 1969 was in the possession of Naval Intelligence.

The following document, dated May 1979, was found on July 7,1986, in an IBM copier that had been purchased at a surplus sale.


Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

An introductory programming manual Operations Research Technical Manual TM-SW7905.1


This publication marks the 25th anniversary of the Third World War, called the "Quiet War' being conducted using subjective biological warfare, fought with "silent weapons."

This book contains an introductory description of this war, its strategies, and its weaponry.

May 1979 #74-1120


It is patently impossible to discuss social engineering or the automation of a society, i.e., the engineering of social automation systems (SILENT WEAPONS) on a NATIONAL or WORLDWIDE SCALE without implying extensive OBJECTIVES of SOCIAL CONTROL and DESTRUCTION OF HUMAN LIFE, i.e., SLAVERY and GENOCIDE.  This manual is in itself an analog declaration of intent. Such a writing must be SECURED FROM PUBLIC SCRUTINY. Otherwise, it might be recognized as a TECHNICALLY FORMAL DECLARATION OF DOMESTIC WAR. Furthermore, whenever any person or group of persons in a position of great power and WITHOUT FULL KNOWLEDGE and CONSENT
OF THE PUBLIC, USES SUCH KNOWLEDGE and METHODOLOGY FOR ECONOMIC CONQUEST —it must be understood that A STATE OF DOMESTIC WARFARE EXISTS between said person or group of persons and the public.

YOU have QUALIFIED for this project BECAUSE of your ABILITY to LOOK at HUMAN SOCIETY with COLD OBJECTIVITY, and yet analyze and DISCUSS your OBSERVATIONS and CONCLUSIONS with OTHERS of similar INTELLECTUAL capacity WITHOUT a LOSS of DISCRETION or HUMILITY. Such virtues are exercised in your own best interest. Do not deviate from them.

WC/Author's Note: All above emphases are mine as are those in the following two sections and including bracketed additions throughout. I do recognize this document, based upon the document's own admission, as a formal Declaration of War by the Illuminati upon the Citizens of the United States of America. I acknowledge that a State of War exists and has existed between the Citizens of the United States of America and the Illuminati aggressor based upon this recognition. I present to you that the peaceful Citizens of this nation are fully justified in taking whatever steps may be necessary, including violence, to identify, counterattack, and destroy the enemy. I base this statement upon the God-given right of any peaceful people to defend themselves against attack and destruction by any enemy waging war against them. I cite the principles outlined in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America, and the fully recognized and acknowledged historical precedents that have served as the justification for destruction of tyrants.


Silent weapon technology has evolved from Operations Research (O.R.), a strategic and tactical methodology developed under the MILITARY MANAGEMENT [Eisenhower] in England during World War II.

The original purpose of Operations Research was to study the strategic and tactical problems of air and land defense with the objective of effective use of limited military resources against foreign enemies (i.e., logistics). It was soon recognized by those in positions of power [THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS] that the same methods might be useful for totally controlling a society. But better tools were necessary. Social engineering (the analysis and automation of a society) requires the correlation of great amounts of constantly changing economic information (data), so a high-speed computerized data-processing system was necessary which could race ahead of the society and predict when society would arrive for capitulation. Relay computers were too slow, but the electronic computer, invented in 1946 by J. Presper Eckert and John W. Mauchly, filled the bill.

The next breakthrough was the development of the simplex method of linear programing in 1947 by the mathematician George B. Dantzig. Then in 1948, the transistor, invented by J. Bardeen, W. H. Brattain, and W. Shockley, promised great expansion of the computer field by reducing space and power requirements. With these three inventions under their direction, those in positions of power strongly suspected that it was possible for them to control the whole world with the push of a button.

Immediately, the ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION got in on the ground floor by making a four-year grant to HARVARD COLLEGE, funding the HARVARD ECONOMIC RESEARCH PROJECT for the study of the structure of the American economy. One year later, in 1949, THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE joined in.

In 1952 the original grant period terminated, and a high-level meeting of the ELITE [Illuminati] was held to determine the next phase of social operations research. The Harvard project had been very fruitful, as is borne out by the publication of some of its results in 1953 suggesting the feasibility of economic (social) engineering. (Studies in the Structure of the American Economy — copyright 1953 by Wassily Leontief, International Sciences Press Inc., White Plains, New York.)

Engineered in the last half of the decade of the 1940s, the new Quiet War machine stood, so to speak, in sparkling gold-plated hardware on the showroom floor by 1954.

With the creation of the maser in 1954, the promise of unlocking UNLIMITED SOURCES OF FUSION ATOMIC ENERGY FROM THE HEAVY HYDROGEN IN SEA WATER and the consequent availability of unlimited social power was a possibility only decades away.

The combination was irresistible.

The QUIET WAR was quietly DECLARED by the INTERNATIONAL ELITE [THE BILDERBERG GROUP] at a meeting held in 1954.

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Leontief and the Future of the World Economy
By Emilio Fontela

In the 1950s and 1960s, the world economy showed extremely high growth, reaching, on average, an annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate of 4.5%. This high economic growth raised problems of sustainability, taking into account the increase in pollution and the significant consumption of finite resources such as minerals and hydrocarbons. At the end of the 1960s, a thorough analysis of these problems was greatly stimulated by the Club of Rome’s active promotion of a world model using systems dynamics methodologies. The model was first developed by Forrester (1971) and expanded by Meadows, Randers and Behren (1972). The latter study, entitled "Limits to Growth", pointed quantitatively to the impending dangers of world shortages of energy and raw materials, and to vast environmental problems, should the world population, capital formation, and economic production continue to grow exponentially at rates such as those observed in the preceding decades.

Systems dynamics deals with "multi-loop non-linear feedback systems, a class to which all our social systems belong" (Forrester, 1971, p. 123). The design of the model was fairly simple, the world being treated as a single unit. The structural specification and calibration of the model, however, turned out to be extremely difficult due to a lack of relevant information. As a consequence, arbitrary levels and rates had to be used for most variables. Despite the efforts of a better quantification by a larger research team, the resulting final world model raised considerable objections. Yet, the debate in itself served the purpose of diffusing the Club of Rome’s idea of the "World Problematique".

Substantial improvements in the methodology and data were introduced in a second report to the Club of Rome by Mesarovic and Pestel (1974). Although they used a set of interacting regions of the world—this being the first time that such a model had been employed—the nature of the debate on world modelling was not substantially changed. The idea of "Limits to Growth" was also developed by Ward and Dubos (1972) and was presented to the UN Conference on Human Environment (Stockholm, 1972). However, in their study they used other means—such as the biospheric concept of only one Earth.

The UN had been pressing for an international development strategy for the 1970s (see UN, 1971). In particular, the UN wished this strategy to aim at reducing the disparities between rich and poor countries, and to take account of the new consciousness of the limited capacity of the Earth. The interesting progress of modelling these relevant topics moved the UN to launch a study dealing with environmental issues raised by world development and looking for "possible alternative policies to promote development while at the same time preserving and improving the environment" (UN, 1973, p. 2 ). To embark on such a study, the UN required a solid methodological basis. Wassily Leontief, who had already analysed the relations between the economy and the environment (Leontief, 1970), had a long-standing relationship with the UN organisation (having hosted the International Conferences on Input–Output Techniques in Geneva in the 1960s). Leontief was therefore the UN’s first choice.

Leontief was enthusiastic about the UN project and, by 1973, he had already developed his first theoretical model. This model provided the content for the Stockholm lecture of December 1973, when he received the Nobel Prize in Economic Science (Leontief, 1974)...

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From a biograp


Isador Lubin - Background

Wassily Leontief - Background


 Additional Reading: 

Isador Lubin - Biography

Behold a Pale Horse

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars (excerpt from William Cooper's Behold a Pale Horse)

The Structure of Leontief's Tables by Anne P. Carter


1 FDR Library Online, "The Atlantic Charter"
2 The History Place - World War II in Europe Timeline, August 14, 1941,
3 Encylopedia Britannica Online, Atlantic Charter,